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FOX News
Nov 4, 2012 3:00am PST
new york city marathon to areas destroyed by sandy. >> and be clear that all of the assets that this marathon currently has, generators, other equipment, good, water, will be redeployed to people who need it. >> steve: oh, really? this morning's new york post reporting that some of the generators sat idle all day yesterday on saturday. in a rental company parking lot out in new jersey, not helping anybody. on top of that, ten heaters were hooked up in a medical tent for the marathon, even though, they were never used and nobody was there. >> sponsors evidently pressured them to cancel the marathon, believe it or not and you have something else. >> steve: apparently the police and firefighters were not going to work it, that's why they canceled it. >> brian: a former top aide to hillary clinton throwing her support to mitt romney? she was a state director for clinton when clinton was a senator and says, quote, governor romney has a plan to restore the prosperity the country deserves and respects and work with people of goodwill no matter their party and pursue the policies that i
FOX News
Nov 18, 2012 3:00am PST
dollars. this is storm sandy, flooded out parts of new york city, including the financial district. and now, sources are saying the flood waters took over a massive underground vault on wall street. potentially, drenching billions of dollars in bearer bonds. this would make them worthless if they're destroyed. reportedly a contractor is working to salvage the papers. which firms are potentially affected has not been given, along with an exact value. but, some of the members who store their bonds there, including jp morgan, bank of america, and gomldman sachs. not good news. those are some of your headlines. >> clayton: thank you, ainsley. a new video now, president obama in bangkok thailand. the president greeted with a special ceremony. peter doocy live in d.c. this morning, with details on the trip. good morning to you, peter. >> good morning, dave. and the president has been in bangkok for about four hours now and one of the first stops at the monastery where a monk gave the president and secretary of state hillary clinton a tour of the monastery and the president told the monk
FOX News
Nov 25, 2012 3:00am PST
and this fire reminiscent of the devastating triangle shirt waist factory fire in new york city back in 1911 in which 146 workers were killed and the stakes keep getting higher. no one matched all six numbers in the 325 million dollar powerball jackpot and that pushes the prize up to a record 425 million bucks. the next drawing is this sday. clayton, we are pooling our numbers, five bucks a man starting now. >> clayton: all right, have you on the floor to pick them up for us. the state of illinois is facing the worst budget deficit in the nation and still has $200,000 in taxpayer money to spend on things like eco friendly zip lines. why isn't the state putting an end to the frivolous spending. tom, nice to see you this morning. >> good morning, clayton. >> clayton: you know, these local services, local governments and state governments saying look, we're so strapped, having a difficult time paying for the spendings services, fire departments, police departments, et cetera. do you buy that argument once you've done this new report? >> absolutely not. we've done the states and books, s
FOX News
Nov 11, 2012 6:00am EST
, welcome to denver. >> dave: all right, meanwhile, let's talk about nanny bloomberg hereof new york city. you may have heard that nickname before because of so many restrictions and the taxes from salt to sugary beverages, keeping the beverages below 16 ounces. well, maybe that's not necessarily the right way forward, at least if you look at what's happening around the world. someone else, it seems, thought the fat tax was a decent idea. apparently though, did not work out. >> this is in denmark, right. >> alisyn: correct. >> it's interesting, a country, well, the word danish is involved, which is kind of fat in itself. they have the same idea, sugary drinks, fatty foods, saturated fat. we all know it's bad for us. they wanted to put a tax on it. didn't work out. they found out it was bad to business and some people were going to neighboring countries to get the food and sugary drinks so they wouldn't have to pay the tax in denmark, so they're going to kill it. >> alisyn: it did exist a little more than a year and did not accomplish its goal of helping people lose weight n denmark, 47% of dan
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